The signal processing block
Octave Analysis octave averages individual 1/B octave bands of an input.
The octave analyser is designed based on IEC 61260-1:2014 and the
specifications in the attributes. The octave filters are class 1 which is the best filter class
If you want to use octave filters go here.
The input is
The output is
KxN which is the average of each
1/B octave band of the input signal
K is dependent on how many bands pr octave and the start and end frequency.
|Bands pr. octave||3|
|Start frequency||20 Hz|
|Stop frequency||20.000 Hz|
|Reference frequency||1000 Hz|
Name specifies the name of the block.
Bands pr. octave
Bands pr. octave is the number of bands pr. octave. Maximum is 24 bands pr. octave.
Start frequency is the frequency which the lowest octave band must contain.
Stop frequency is the frequency which the highest octave band must contain.
Base is a design parameter which can either be
2. For default standard octave filters it is
Reference frequency is a design parameters. For default standard octave filters it is
This example shows a 1/3 octave analysis of a summed white noise and a 1000 Hz tone.